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, and jimy williams. we've had a lot of upset over the fact of the nsa collecting data, you know, what kind they're collecting, but it turns out there's another organization collecting information, and it's the nra. >> yes, you know, there's a couple different interesting things about this story. one the fact there's a group to the right of the nra that is attacking the nra. >> and the second thing is i think this points at something that is troubling to people that really care about civil liberties and privacy. people usually don't think about the collection of data for commercial or marketing purposes. this is why the nra was correcting this data. so they could fund raise off these people. it is just as bad or just as much an invasion of privacy. you do different things with it, but you know, i'm sort of glad they're calling attention to this. >> jimmy, how did the nra handle just the naked hypocrisy or apparent hypocrisy of railing about collecting information, when they are doing it? i realize you assume that the national rifle association has morals or any guilt -- i'm telling you that
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peterson of lehigh university. welcome to all of you. i want to go right to pete williams on the nsa. pete, you heard the president lay out four changes that he wanted to make, reforming section 215 with new safeguards, greater transparency and also the creation of some kind of new independent body. your reaction to the president on the surveillance issue. >> right. what the president said is that he's willing to look at the issue of having an adversary before the foreign intelligence surveillance corps, one of the criticisms of it is that the only people who ever appear before these judges in secret are the government. nobody's there to argue against or say the government doesn't need this and shouldn't have it. the president has said he's willing to look at an adversary to represent in essence civil liberties interests. he didn't say he was committed to it. he said he was willing to consider it. apparently this is something the government is seriously considering doing. making more public information about how these programs work putting up a website to explain them and bringing in outsi
. this on the heels of news from earlier today that after the longest layover in recent airline history, nsa leaker edward snowden was today granted temporary asylum in russia. this means that he's allowed to finally leave the moscow airport terminal that's been his home sing arriving from hong kong on june 23rd. snowden left the airport with temporary refugee at that time tuesday for one year, allowing him to move freely within that country. his exact whereabouts are being kept secret, but needless to say the reaction from many in washington is one anger and disappointment. >> mr. snowden's actions have hurt the ability of our country to protect our citizens. i would hope that president obama would engage president putin on this issue and resolve it in a way that's satisfactory to the american people. >>> joining us is representative jim moran, a democrat from virginia. good afternoon, sir. >> good afternoon. >> your colleague chuck schumer said earlier, quote, russia has stabbed us in the back and each day mr. snowden is allowed to roam free is another twist of the knife. do you share mr. schumer
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with you. after all, what the nsa defense to the american people is, is we're not really spying on you. we're spying on everybody else, and then we say to the rest of the world, well, you've got to be with us. it doesn't work. and this is what's happening. so i'm of the view that snowden pointed out something that, you know, was important for the american people to know. but the rest of the world says, what is going on here? this massive surveillance. >> but we know that outside of edward snowden, there are other big issues that this nation seeks and needs the support of russia. we think of syria as a massive problem, a humanitarian disaster. as i said earlier, nuclear power. do you think the president was right to cancel this private meeting? >> no, no, i think the president should sit down and they should meet because they need to talk about these things. and the russians have some intelligent things to say about many of these issues. our position on syria, in my view, doesn't make sense, because we say, well, bashar has to go, just has to go, but there's no means to do that, so we're dr
of the questions will resolve around, of course, the president's decision to cancel his meeting with putin, the nsa program, and then i also assume he'll get a number of questions about immigration and of course the fiscal fights that are coming up in the fall. martin? >> kristin welker, thank you for the news. we'll come back to you tomorrow for you to report on that press conference. >> all right. >>> coming up, two steps forward, one step back, as the 50-year anniversary on the march on washington beckons. it starts with something little, like taking a first step. and then another. and another. and if you do it. and your friends do it. and their friends do it... soon we'll be walking our way to awareness, support and an end to alzheimer's disease. and that? that would be big. grab your friends and family and start a team today. register at alz.org the ones getting involved and staying engaged. they're not afraid to question the path they're on. because the one question they never want to ask is "how did i end up here?" i started schwab for those people. people who want to take ownership of their
and easily missed in this conversation. and so if you're talking about this, if we're talking about the nsa, if we're talking about the creeping ideas around civil forfeiture in the legal system, this is all around the idea of profiling someone and really denying them due process in finding an end run around due process. >> ari, mayor michael bloomberg says "stop question frisk has saved countless lives, most of them hispanic and african-american." is he right, are therefore to justify the practice? >> well, the judge said if he were right, it would not matter in the same way that as she writes coerced confessions might help you get confession buzz they're unconstitutional. internment is considered illegal today but may add to the quantum of safety in certain neighborhoods. so number one, out of the ballpark. number two, there's a lot of evidence that you have macro economic national factors driving crime down. that, of course, connects with eric holder's work which you're reporting on. under the traditional law, there's a very high standardton search someone, the fourth amendment requires.
on the left because of a lot of things, nsa, et cetera. on these issues of personal behavior whether it is on gay rights or whether it is on enforcement of drug law, of marijuana loss, the president seems to be a strong libertarian. does this help him with that part of his base? >> i think it does. there's a great deal of appetite among progressive voters, civil libertarians who hoped you all along to see the president lead on areas like gay rights, decriminalization. you see this week' actions, you see the justice department taking a leadership role on sentencing reforms, these are exactly the kind you have steps that resonate with the progressive base with younger voters and with the same folks who elected him with high hopes just five years ago. >> all right. steve benin and jimmy williams, thanks to both of you. >>> thanks so much for much waing this week. martin will be right back in this chair next week. a reminder for all of the "hardball" fans, you can catch chris matthews tonight at 7:00 p.m. and coming up right now, "the ed show" with ed schultz right back on weekdays. how
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